In a recent revelation by the Saudi Arabic-language outlet Asharq Al-Awsat, based in London, details of the communication methods employed by Hamas leaders in Gaza have come to light. 

The terrorist group has reportedly utilized a sophisticated ground communications network, fine-tuned since 2009 with the integration of foreign-smuggled technologies.

Sources close to the leadership of Hamas disclosed that the al-Qassam Brigades, the group's military wing, initially developed this land communications network, which has evolved over the years. 

Underground distribution boards, linked to antiquated land telephone lines, form the backbone of this covert system. Despite Israel's knowledge of its existence for years, attempts to hack or dismantle the network have been met with resilience.... Read More: i24